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Our Core Values . . .

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Maximising potential

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Cultivating curiosity

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Sustaining positive relationships

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Developing the whole person

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Latest News

Proposed free school applications

Following our recent success of gaining approval for the new free school in Littlehampton, we’re delighted to be submitting three more applications for free schools in Flansham, Angmering and Billinghurst.  These areas all have planned housing developments, which means we are forecasting a high demand for either a delivery of new schools or extensions to existing premises. Our preferred option is to deliver new schools. With limited availability in the nearby schools, we are anticipating parents to welcome the news. We have posted a...
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Rose Green Junior News

Today, children in Year 6 took part in a World War 2 day in which they played traditional games, inside and outdoors. Whilst watching ‘Goodnight Mr.Tom’, which give children an insight into how life during this troubled period may have been, they also ate a range of boiled sweets, followed by a class photo in the style of the time. After lunch, thankfully not reduced in quality by rationing, children were escorted to the hall where they participated in a drama/production afternoon with a host of different actors and actresses who...
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River Beach News

Here at River Beach we strive to keep children eager to engage with the curriculum, as well as equipping them to make the most of the world around them.  We have a range of technology for the children to learn and engage from. These range from Touch Screens at the front of classes to deliver learning with sound, video and interactive quizzes, Kindles on tables for reading and independent research, banks of Learnpads or iPads  and netbooks or Chromebooks. We have resources available to children to enable learning to take place independently...
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Latest news from Medmerry

We are really pleased to announce that our new playground activity boat, officially named, The Royal Windsor is now complete. After applying for grants from the Big Lottery Funding and from Baker’s Solar Farm Community Fund we were very fortunate to have been awarded both. This meant that Medmerry School only had to pay for part of the build. The grants enabled us to purchase the design that was the preferred choice of  the children. The boat will be able to be used all year round. God bless her and all who play on...
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Staff Focus

Jane Wickham

Jane-Wickham-LSA-MPSJayne Wickham works in Medmerry Primary School as a Learning Support Assistant.  One of her responsibilities is to coordinate the School’s Council. Jayne says, she loves working with members of the Council, she said that she is always amazed by their enthusiasm and originality. No meetings are ever the same,  the children are always thinking of different challenges, which she is proud to be part of.

 

Portia and Daniel from Year 3 said they really enjoy working with Mrs Wickham because ‘she is always encouraging and thoughtful’. Harvey and Yixuan from Year 1 think Mrs Wickham is ‘very kind’.